Two organizations with a passion for supporting dads who play an active role in their children’s lives and challenging stereotypes about fatherhood have agreed to work together for the betterment of modern fatherhood,
I also won’t let my son play with guns, or ride a bike without a helmet or use heroin. There’s just too much risk. I can live with my son missing out on those things, so long as my son is living.
Parents are superheroes, so consider this your dossier on the biggest villains in the fight against parenthood. Beware — they can get ugly, but be strong, parents. Be strong.
We interview CNN reporter Josh Levs about the changing roles of dads at home and in the workplace that led to his new book “All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, Families, and Businesses Alike – And How We Can Fix It Together.”
The modern dad has to do it all: care for his kids and tend to household chores as well as bring home a paycheck. But how?
Dad, baby in front carrier, foul ball. Ingredients for disaster or proof some fathers can do it all?
Smile. Laugh. Slow Down. These are some of the lesson the wives’ of our City Dads Groups have taught them.